Welcome To Our Practice

Your feet are the foundation of your body. Foot conditions can seriously impact your mobility and your quality of life, but our podiatrists can help get you back on the move again!

Our website is here to provide you with the information you need about our practice. We also provide information on common foot conditions. We want to help you keep your feet healthy, and the more you know, the happier your feet will be!

Many foot conditions can worsen without prompt treatment from a qualified podiatrist. So don’t hesitate - if something feels wrong, call to schedule an appointment today.

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Meet The Doctors

  • Dr.
    Robert Anderson

    Dr. Anderson graduated from University in Year. Prior to studying at Medical School, he attended College. Dr. Anderson has been practicing for over 25 years. He has been in his current location for 25 years.

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  • Dr.
    Jones Smith

    Dr. Jones has been practicing for over 10 years. She has been in her current location for 8 years.

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  • Amy Wang

    Amy has been our Office Manager for the past 5 years. She loves to go on long walks and go shopping in her spare time.

    January 2022 Podiatry Newsletter

    Treatment for Toenail Injuries Injuries to toenails are scary and painful. And with hospitals in many places struggling to accommodate demand, you may be worried about whether you will be able to get treatment if something happens to one of your nails that seems like too much for you to take care of ...

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    December 2021 Podiatry Newsletter

    Weakness in the Achilles Tendon The Achilles tendon is one of the strongest tendons in the body, but it is also among the ones subjected to the most wear. One of the most common reasons for people to seek the care of a podiatrist is that they are experiencing pain in the back of their foot and ankle, ...

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    November 2021 Podiatry Newsletter

    What is Gout? Of the many kinds of arthritis that affect the feet, the most identifiable is gout. Our experienced podiatrists are trained in a variety of treatments to provide pain relief to gout patients. However, long-term solutions are likely to require some changes in lifestyle. It is our hope that ...

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    October 2021 Podiatry Newsletter

    Injuries to the Big Toe If you feel pain in your toes or the ball of your foot, a podiatrist is the sort of medical specialist you need. As doctors who focus on the foot and ankle, podiatrists are experts in caring for toe joints and supporting tissues. Many podiatrists are particularly interested in ...

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    September 2021 Podiatry Newsletter

    Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome You’ve probably heard of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, the painful disorder caused by pressure on tissues in your wrist. It’s less common, but there’s also a version that affects the lower limbs called Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome. There are many reasons why a person’s tarsal tunnel ...

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    August 2021 Podiatry Newsletter

    Ingrown Toenails One of the most common foot health problems is the ingrown toenail. Although they may result from hereditary factors, they are heavily influenced by the patient’s lifestyle, as is the frequency with which a patient suffers them. An ingrown toenail is reason for concern in its own right, ...

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    July 2021 Podiatry Newsletter

    Plantar Warts Plantar warts are noncancerous growths that typically appear on the weight-bearing parts of your feet, such as the heel, ball, or sole. They are generally rough but spongy in texture and are either gray, brown, or yellow. Most of the time they go away without any real medical attention. ...

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    June 2021 Podiatry Newsletter

    National Safety Month June is National Safety Month, an observance that is focused on preventing injuries in the workplace. As podiatrists, we have our own observances of foot safety, but some specific kinds of foot and ankle injuries tend to occur on the job or while doing home repairs. Additionally, ...

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    May 2021 Podiatry Newsletter

    Diabetic Foot Care By way of genetics or lifestyle choices over time, people with diabetes are unable to process glucose normally. Consistently high glucose levels in the body damage the nervous system and reduce sensation in your feet. About 10% of Americans are diabetic. One side effect that people ...

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    April 2021 Podiatry Newsletter

    Morton’s Neuroma Imagine this scenario: you’re walking along when you feel a stone in your shoe underneath the ball of your foot. You take your shoe off and shake it out, but you can’t find any stone in your shoe or your sock. The feeling eventually goes away, but it comes back again the next time ...

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